Class I railroads likely to focus on intermodal for growth

Class I railroads likely to focus on intermodal for growth

For the first 10 weeks of 2016, North American Class I railroads originated 3.3 million carloads of freight (excluding intermodal). That’s 427,000 fewer carloads than the same period last year, or a decline of more than 11 percent.

Please log in below to view the rest of this page. If you do not have an account, please register or subscribe below for access.